911 (number)

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910 911 912
Cardinal nine hundred and eleven
Ordinal 911th
(nine hundred and eleventh)
Factorization 911
Prime Yes
Roman numeral CMXI
Binary 11100011112
Ternary 10202023
Quaternary 320334
Quinary 121215
Senary 41156
Octal 16178
Duodecimal 63B12
Hexadecimal 38F16
Vigesimal 25B20
Base 36 PB36

911 (nine hundred [and] eleven) is the integer following 910 and preceding 912.

It is a prime number, a Sophie Germain prime and the sum of three consecutive primes (293 + 307 + 311). It is an Eisenstein prime with no imaginary part and real part of the form 3n − 1. Since 913 is a semiprime, 911 is a Chen prime. It is also a centered decagonal number.

There are 911 inverse semigroups of order 7 (sequence A001428 in OEIS)

911 is obtained by concatenating its sum of digits and product of digits.

9-1-1 is the emergency telephone number for the North American Numbering Plan (NANP).

As "911" or "9/11", typically pronounced "nine-eleven", it is commonly used to refer the calendar dates November 9 or September 11, depending on which date notation is used. The latter usage most commonly refers to the September 11, 2001 attacks in the United States.

The Madrid Attack came about 911 days (912) after 9/11.

See also[edit]

  • 911 C.E., the year
  • 9-1-1, the telephone number of most local emergency agencies in the United States and Canada.

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